Motlow Bucks begin quest for third straight NJCAA Tournament appearance

The Motlow State Community College men’s basketball team made history last year when it became the first program in Motlow’s 50 years of intercollegiate athletic competition to win back-to-back conference championships and advance to the national tournament two consecutive years.

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Sparta, White County community leaders form Motlow advisory board

Sparta and White County elected officials, Motlow State Community College leaders, and civic authorities recently met for an informational breakfast session to reaffirm the community’s commitment to post-secondary education and to chart a course that will expand those opportunities in White County through partnership with Motlow.

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Motlow graduates lead the way in Honors Transfer Fellowships to MTSU

Six Motlow State Community College graduates were recently awarded an Honors Transfer Fellowship to MTSU. The fellowship is the highest academic award for transfer students entering MTSU. The six Motlow graduates represent the most Fellows from any institution in the country, as only 30 Honors Transfer Fellowships, drawn from many majors and a wide variety of colleges and universities, are awarded each year by MTSU.

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Walter Hill Elementary School fifth graders inspired by visit to Motlow

As they were boarding their bus to return to Murfreesboro from the Motlow State Community College Moore County campus, the Walter Hill Elementary School fifth grade class could be heard chanting “Way to go Motlow, way to go!”

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Motlow Soccer clinches Region VII Title

Sophomore Megan Blumhoefer scored the game's only goal at the 61-minute mark and classmate Emily Bryant shut out the opposition as the Motlow Lady Bucks beat Southwest Tennessee 1-0 Friday evening in McMinnville. With Friday's victory, Motlow (5-0, 9-3-2) clinches the top seed in next week's NJCAA Region VII Soccer Tournament, which begins Thursday, Oct. 25, at St. George's High School in Collierville.

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Smyrna’s Jared Williams, Motlow AEMT graduate, fights fires in Northern California

Modern day heroes come from all walks of life and perform all types of heroic deeds. A hero, by definition, is one who demonstrates exceptional courage. Such is the case with Motlow State Community College Advanced Emergency Medical Technician (AEMT) graduate Jared Williams from Smyrna.

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All Motlow campuses to observe Fall Break Oct. 12 - 16

Motlow State Community College will observe Fall Break Oct. 12 – 16, according to college officials.

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Motlow's Hollie Yokley receives Coca-Cola scholarship through Phi Theta Kappa

Hollie Yokley, a Motlow State sophomore from McMinnville, was recently selected as a 2018 Coca-Cola Leaders of Promise Scholar and received a $1,000 scholarship. She is one of 207 Phi Theta Kappa (PTK) members nationwide, and one of two Motlow sophomores this year, to receive the award.

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Motlow’s Brandy Brown receives Coca-Cola scholarship through Phi Theta Kappa

Brandy Brown, a sophomore from Hillsboro, was recently selected as a 2018 Coca-Cola Leaders of Promise Scholar and received a $1,000 scholarship. She is one of 207 PTK members nationwide to receive the award.

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Motlow President Torrence named to WGU Tennessee advisory board

Dr. Michael Torrence, president of Motlow State Community College, has been named to the Advisory Board of Western Governors University (WGU) Tennessee – the state-endorsed, nonprofit online university established as part of Governor Haslam’s Drive to 55 initiative.

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Special guest Tawan Perry closes Motlow ‘Weeks of Welcome’ with inspiring message to students

Guest speaker Tawan Perry brought a series of high-energy information sessions to Motlow State students on all four campuses last week to put an exclamation point on the ‘Weeks of Welcome’ that opened the 2018-19 academic year.

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Motlow to offer more classes in Sparta and at the Tennessee Fire Service and Codes Academy

Motlow State recently received approval from the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges (SACSCOC) to offer 100 percent of degree programs taught at the Motlow Sparta site and the Tennessee Fire Service and Codes Academy.

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Motlow recognizes employee for 40 years of service

Motlow State Community College recently recognized faculty, administration and staff members with 40 years of service to the institution during the College’s annual Fall Convocation.

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Motlow recognizes employee for 35 years of service

Motlow State Community College recently recognized faculty, administration, and staff members with 35 years of service to the institution during the College’s annual Fall Convocation.

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Motlow recognizes employees for 30 years of service

Motlow State Community College recently recognized faculty, administration, and staff members with 30 years of service to the institution during the College’s annual Fall Convocation.

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Motlow recognizes employees for 25 years of service

Motlow State Community College recently recognized faculty, administration, and staff members with 25 years of service to the institution during the College’s annual Fall Convocation.

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Motlow recognizes employees for 20 years of service

Motlow State Community College recently recognized faculty, administration, and staff members with 20 years of service to the institution during the College’s annual Fall Convocation.

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Motlow recognizes employees for 15 years of service

Motlow State Community College recently recognized faculty, administration, and staff members with 15 years of service to the institution during the College’s annual Fall Convocation.

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